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Lesson 2: Unit 19 Analysis of Sport Performance (ass 1)
Transcript of Lesson 2: Unit 19 Analysis of Sport Performance (ass 1)
Analysis of Sports Performance
Unit 19 Learning Outcomes
You should now have the
correct information to:
1. Know the performance profile of a sporting activity
2. Be able to analyse sporting performance
3. Be able to provide feedback to athletes regarding performance
4. Understand the purpose and resources required for analysing different levels of sporting performance
Today you should gain the knowledge to:
P1: be able to describe why performance profiling is important.
Understand what the key aspects are to sporting activities.
be able to describe why performance profiling is important.
understand what the key aspects are to sporting activities.
What is it?
A way of giving an
athlete information about
their ACTUAL performance,-
rather then what they think
Analysis is on
A list of desired attributes/characteristics
of the player is devised
The list can be created
with or without
Why is profiling important?
individuals/teams in order for them to
improve their game
The Benefits of profiling
•It aids in identifying an appropriate training programme
•It helps to maximise the participant’s motivation and adherence to the program
•It can help monitor any changes that occur over a given period of time
Assists the athlete with both their
Assess scope for technical and tactical improvements
Improve the athlete's motivation and performance
-Discuss with a partner why it is important to perform analysis on athletes?
1. choose one sport
-describe the type of sport it is
-what 3 out of the five concepts would be the most crucial factors to focus upon and why.
These are unique sports as the opposing player has no effect on the athlete.
Different position in the same sport make very different demands.
e.g. A Goalkeeper- must concentrate for the whole game but not necessary be involved in the action.
So we know what we are assessing, how do we perform this analysis?
Next week we will discuss the different ways to analyse performance
Complex actions, e.g,
a tennis serve, can be broken down into specific smaller sections so that a clear analysis can occur.
Whole part whole method:
This is where the whole skill can be practiced, but more complex elements can be analysed separately.
eg. the throw of the serve may be inaccurate so practiced and analysed seperately
to perform analysis:
How sporting activity can be defined
A skill that takes place in a stable predictable environment- performer knows exactly what to do and when, which takes place at their own pace.
Movements follow a set pattern and have a clear beginning and end.
Skills can be effected by the environment, i.e. the weather
Athletes need to be flexible in their understanding of their roles, duties and responsibilities as the opposition changes and the tactics change.
They needs to understand the particular technical and tactical requirements of that position
Sometimes an athlete analysing a specific action will compare it to a
From the differences of this comparison the
can be identified and then work to correct them can be done
e.g. What are the differences between me and the best.
Some athletes’ technique in specific actions does not conform to the perfect model but they are still successful
e.g. Michael Johnson, Paula Radcliffe
Identifying if the athlete in the sporting activity is an
based one, such as tennis or snooker, or whether the athlete occupies a
within a team is the starting point of this process
The next step to understanding the performance profile of a sporting activity is to look at the component parts of a performance profile
e.g do psychological factors have a bigger
impact on their sport then tactical?
For a sport of your choice,visit the English institute of sport's website (www.eis2win.co.uk) to investigate how your sporting performance can be enhanced through performance analysis
Did you get these?:
Health status assessment
Selecting a squad
Monitoring of recovery after injury
Improving performance & goal setting - strengths and areas for development.
knowledge of technical and tactical
Can you create a list of what we analyse at different levels of performance?
Also is Usain Bolt- World famous sprinter technically accurate?